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The Ins and Outs of Digital Experience Management

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A week ago, I ordered a product online using Walmart’s web-to-store functionality. The web site indicated there were only five of these products left in inventory—so rather than rushing to a store that carried it, I figured I’d click “buy” and pick it up at my earliest convenience. It seems like a great service, right? Except, when I went to …

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Top 6 AI and Automation Trends for 2019

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If your company hasn’t yet created a plan for AI and automation throughout your enterprise, you have some work to do. Experts believe AI will add nearly $16 trillion to the global economy by 2030, and 20 percent of companies surveyed are already planning to incorporate AI throughout their companies next year. Now is the time to take a look at …

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6 Digital Transformation Mistakes to Avoid

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If you’ve been following my work in recent years, you know I’m a big believer in digital transformation. The companies that fail to adapt and evolve to meet the needs of today’s digital consumers and marketplace are quickly falling to the wayside. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, digital transformation is no longer an option—it’s a necessity. …

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Top Digital Transformation Trends in Education for 2019

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Let’s face it: the education sector—especially K-12 public school systems—aren’t usually the earliest adopters of new technology. Despite the fact that they’re equipping our children for the future, they don’t always move the fastest to get there. For that reason, digital transformation trends in education move a bit slower than some other industries. Still, that doesn’t mean they aren’t happening. …

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4 Ways to Let Your Culture Drive Digital Transformation

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What if your organization could go throughout the digital transformation on its own? It isn’t impossible or magic. Instead, by creating an open space where employee and customer experiences are the focus, where people matter the most, where change is planned for and innovation takes center stage, you will develop an organizational culture that does just that. And you’ll see …

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Top 5 Business Struggles of Adopting Automated Workflows

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These days, if you’re not automating at least something in your business workflow, you’re likely lagging behind. Still, despite its miracle-worker ability to save both money and time in pretty much every industry, many companies have struggled to experience maximum positive results. It turns out the only downside to automation is that its adoption itself can’t be automated. It needs …

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6 Tips To Frame Your Digital Transformation With Enterprise Architecture

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On one hand, digital transformation is a wild beast, changing daily how we view business and the world we live in. To survive in the world of digital transformation is to be agile and open to uncertainty. It’s to thrive in chaos—and many companies have had trouble withstanding the storm. Perhaps that’s why—on the other hand—we’ve learned that despite its …

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Is AI Overhyped? Getting Real about the True Power of Technology

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For the last few years we’ve done nothing but talk about the power of AI and how it’s going to transform every industry in some way. Granted we are already seeing changes in our lives both in the workplace and at home, with Alexa managing our playlists and Nest monitoring our backyard security detail. But is AI overhyped? Sure, it’s …

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Feeling the Burnout? Protecting Yourself and Your Employees from Work Fatigue

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It’s an ironic story: the very same technology that is allowing employees to work with greater flexibility outside the office is also making them slaves to their jobs. It would not be an exaggeration to say employees feeling the burnout is now an epidemic. The physical and psychological effects of burnout cost companies $125 billion to $190 billion in healthcare …